Set to an unapologetic hip hop narrative soundtrack, Triptych is a visual feast of self-discovery conveyed through dance. As the title implies, there are three distinct sections, each embodied by a different dance style, different outfit, and different mood. The clothing featured is made entirely of a patent pending metal textile and molds to the dancer's body; the visual effect is jarring and hypnotic. This is the first fashion film for the haute couture designer, Natalia Fedner, who is known for dressing celebrities like Beyonce (Lemonade), JLo (Booty) and Lenny Kravitz (Super Bowl).

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  • Natalia Fedner
  • Natalia Fedner
  • Natalia Fedner
  • Alexandra Adomaitis
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Short, Other
  • Genres:
    fashion, dance
  • Runtime:
    2 minutes 50 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    July 14, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    1,250 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Natalia Fedner

Born and raised in North Carolina, Dane migrated to New York City in 1988 to attend School of Visual Arts with advanced photography studies in Paris (France, not Texas). After eight years as an Art Director for advertising agencies including Grey, Lowe, and Rapp Collins, Dane began making a name for himself as highly sought-after Cinematographer and Director.

Currently based out of Los Angeles, he's proven himself as versatile as he is skilled, directing the first season of A&E's "Crazy Hearts: Nashville", shooting 27 episodes of the James Beard Award-winning show, "Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern" (Travel Channel) and 37 episodes of "What Not To Wear" (TLC) amongst a long and varied list of television programs.

His documentary work spans the globe from the streets of Northern Iraq to the projects of Northern New Jersey with films including the Academy Award considered "Quest for Honor," Morgan Spurlock's "Comic Con IV: A Fan's Hope," "The Street Stops Here" (PBS) and "TEA Party America" (BBC). His artistic vision, technological savvy, and team-oriented leadership skills have proven valuable assets to his work as Director of Photography and Director. After spending 146 days in Iraq shooting two documentaries, he was asked by Morgan Spurlock to direct the film, "Man with a Violin," currently in post production.

Dane's strong story sense, collaborative nature and cinematic expertise were vital when it came to lensing scripted films such as "Ponies" with John Ventimiglia and Kevin Corrigan, "Thanksgiving" with Seymour Cassel, as well as the award-winning short, "The Lost Cause" for Oscar winner, Jim Taylor.

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